Verstappen was given two weeks of”public service at the discretion of the FIA” for the altercation using Ocon, which followed closely their collision during the Interlagos race.

The governing body has made the decision for Verstappen to visit the next race of this FE season as part of this educational doctrine it has regarding such events.

Motorsport.com understands that attending the FE race was not selected to be a ‘punishment’ for Verstappen, but only that it’s the first proper case of a single-seater championship with a highprofile nature for him to go to in this regard.

Verstappen wouldn’t normally have managed to receive the educational community service needed by the FIA during a grand prix weekend due to his participation in the F1 sessions.

He will spend his period at the Marrakesh event celebrating proceeding in the FIA stewards’ room in race control.

“Verstappen will devote your day being an observer into the stewards, closely following their work on a toplevel international motorsport event within their insightful and educational approach taken by the FIA in this matter. ”

It is not clear how Verstappen is likely to soon probably be asked to serve the next day of their public service.